KEYSER - A member of the Jonah Edward Kelley Society has been charged with embezzling funds from the organization.

KEYSER - A member of the Jonah Edward Kelley Society has been charged with embezzling funds from the organization.
According to West Virginia State Police, 42-year-old Nathan Fisher of Keyser was arrested Friday following an investigation by Sr. Tpr. W. S. Weakley.
Fisher served in the capacity of treasurer for the organization beginning in approximately 2013 and later served as president.  
Police said current trustees discovered discrepancies in accounting among the society’s financial records and contacted the State Police for assistance. 
Beginning on April 23, 2018, through June 2018, Sr. Tpr. Weakley reviewed the financial accounts belonging to the society and verified nearly $30,000 was embezzled between 2015 through 2017 by Fisher.
The Kelley Society consists of winners and nominees of Keyser High School’s Jonah Edward Kelley Award. Fisher was a nominee in 1993.
In other investigations handled by the State Police:
On Thursday, June 19, 37-year old Scott Riggleman was arraigned at the Mineral County Magistrate Court on charges of access device fraud, grand larceny, and prohibited person in possession of a firearm. 
The Elk Garden resident was a person of interest in a initial allegation of theft from a debit card owned by family members. During the course of the investigation it was revealed that Riggleman had apparently stolen multiple items from family, including tools, a rifle, a four-wheeler, and vehicle.
Riggleman was eventually located while in custody of the Allegany County Detention Center and transported back for his arraignment on charges. He is currently housed in the Potomac Highlands Regional Jail in lieu of $5,000 bond. 
The investigation was conducted by Sr. Tpr. M. L. Travelpiece of the WVSP Keyser Detachment.
 On June 23, 28-year-old Andrew Scott Haggerty of New Creek was arrested by TFC A. R. Hanlon.
Haggerty was wanted on charges of robbery, second degree assault, and theft charges from the Maryland State Police Cumberland Barrack. 
TFC Hanlon assisted MSP in the arrest of Haggerty in Blaine, West Virginia, after he left Kitzmiller, Maryland, and entered into West Virginia. 
Haggerty was arrested without incident and transported to the Potomac Highland Regional Jail to await arraignment.